After playing college football for Georgia, wide receiver Reggie Brown was selected as the 35th overall pick in the second round of the 2005 NFL Draft.
In three years in the NFL, Brown has played in all 48 regular-season games. He’s caught a total of 177 balls, accumulating 2,574 yards for an average of 14.5 YPC. Brown has caught 17 touchdown passes with half of those being recorded in 2006. He has also made 96 first downs. With the Eagles, he was inactive almost for the first two games of the season.
It was on 8th of March, 2010, when he got traded to the team of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a 6th round pick in the NFL Draft 2011. He got released on 6th September, 2010. Presently, he is a free agent.
Brown is an excellent number two receiver. At six-foot-one and 197 pounds, he’s got fine size and exhibits good speed. He has the ability to explode off the line and is agile enough to avoid the press at the corners. He’s got fine separation skills that are underpinned by body control and balance.
Overall, he’s able to separate from defenders, catch up to overthrown balls and extend to make the catch. He adjusts well to changing field situations and will make the tough, physical play up the middle without concern for his body. He’s a good route runner but can do better on long routes. Brown possesses talent, skill and drive.